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. >> yes. >> miss maufus. >> yes. >> miss mendoza and murase. >> yes. >> miss wynns. >> aye. >> and mr. yee. >> aye. >> item p, consent calendar resolutions severed for board discussion and immediate action, i think was one, commissioner maufus? thank you, president yee. thank you, i just had a question and this is very similar to the questions that i always ask, this description of services coordination of academic intervention and volunteer support for struggling students, could i get more detail on that? thank you. >> thank you, commissioner. this is margaret khu, assistant superintendent. >> and so greten elementary school has a reading intervention program that is supported by the pta and parent volunteers. and so they do school-wide sst to identify the needs of all students and then they do quarterly ssds to focus on students who are struggling in reading. and so the teachers in an sst team identify the reading needs of the students and the teacher gives the information of what students need to a coordinator. and this coordinator would coordinate support for parents and schedule the p
>> thank you, miss okeff. anybody have any questions, commissioner murase and vice president? >> thank you, very much for that presentation. i think that it is so important for our families and our communities to understand these changes. my question is about the elementary level, you have listed three schools, but i assume the changes will impact more than those three schools, the elementary level. i am thinking in particular, about rosa parks and there was a major petition campaign about busing from rosa parks to after school programs. so i wanted to know where we can find information about the list of elementary schools that are impacted and in particular, about the connection to after school programs. >> thanks, commissioner murase. this is actually the list of schools. so we don't anticipate for the 13-14 school year making any changes beyond this in order to get to the 25 buses. but we do imagine that throughout this year, we need to kind of a planning process to make sure that the services as currently designed do meet the board's policy guidelines and do provide equal
the connection to after school programs. >> thanks, commissioner murase. this is actually the list of schools. so we don't anticipate for the 13-14 school year making any changes beyond this in order to get to the 25 buses. but we do imagine that throughout this year, we need to kind of a planning process to make sure that the services as currently designed do meet the board's policy guidelines and do provide equalable access. in deeper conversations with the school communities and working with the superintendents to think about what adjustments might be needed in the future. in terms of 13-14, it would be these are the only changes that we are recommending for the 13-14 school year. >> so, i'm work curious, if you can provide us not right now, but some just sort of a snapshot and data, i feel like i have lost, sort of, we had a lot of data around this when we were doing the student assignment. what schools are served by buses. you know? just sort what that looks like now or maybe what it will look like in the 13-14 school year, over all trends, how many students? are we seeing any trends in term
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